GpsGate Server can do more than real time GPS tracking


GpsGate Server can do more than real time GPS tracking.

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In addition to real time GPS tracking GpsGate Server has advanced functionality to help solve business issues, improve productivity and enhance the user experience.

Cool GpsGate Server functionality:

  • Vehicle and Alarm Clustering: Group multiple objects to improve visibility on busy maps
  • Roles, Views and Workspaces: Manage your users access and adapt the user interface to their tasks
  • Event Rule Wizard: Set up new business rules and alerts in minutes
  • Dynamic Tags: Configure views that automatically show the “right” vehicles on the map
  • GpsGate Mobile: Manage your fleet from your iPhone and Android devices
  • Device Manager: Batch management of multiple tracking devices
  • One-click updates: Update your server and add new features directly in the web interface

GpsGate helps you simplify and improve your business!
Read more about cool GpsGate Server functionality

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GpsGate Reporting

We have published a guide that shows you how to setup and configure your own reports in GpsGate Server. You can use this guide to understand how to change the standard GpsGate Reports and how to add new ones.

GpsGate Reporting Guide

Get GpsGate Server!

GpsGate Server has a freelicense for five users both for private and commercial use.

Download GpsGate Server

Track your laptop with GpsGate Client

You can track your laptop on GpsGate Server using the free GpsGate Client.

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GpsGate video tutorials

GpsGate videos
Have a look at our collection of video tutorials to get familiar with GpsGate Server.

GpsGate videos

Is your GPS tracking device supported?

GpsGate Server supports well over 100 different tracking devices. New devices are added all the time!

Supported device list



The smartphone growth is global

Last October, we launched Our Mobile Planet, a resource enabling anyone to visualize the ways smartphones are transforming how people connect with information, each other and the places around them.

Today, we’re releasing new 2012 research data, and the findings are clear—smartphone adoption has gone global. Today, Australia, U.K., Sweden, Norway, Saudi Arabia and UAE each have more than 50 percent of their population on smartphones. An additional seven countries—U.S., New Zealand, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland—now have greater than 40 percent smartphone penetration. In the U.S., 80 percent of smartphone owners say they don’t leave home without their device—and one in three would even give up their TV before their mobile devices!

We conducted this research to help people to better understand how mobile is changing our world. You can learn about mobile-specific usage trends, use this tool to create custom visualizations of data and more. There’s plenty to discover in the latest research—to dig into new survey data about smartphone consumers in 26 countries from around the world, read our post on the Google Mobile Ads blog or visit

A tribute to Bob Moog

In the mid-1960s, Dr. Robert Moog unleashed a new universe of sounds into musicdom with his invention of the electronic analog Moog Synthesizer. The timbre and tones of these keyboard instruments (true works of art in and of themselves) would come to define a generation of music, featuring heavily in songs by The Beatles, The Doors, Stevie Wonder, Kraftwerk and many others.

When people hear the word “synthesizer” they often think “synthetic”—fake, manufactured, unnatural. In contrast, Bob Moog’s synthesizers produce beautiful, organic and rich sounds that are, nearly 50 years later, regarded by many professional musicians as the epitome of an electronic instrument. “Synthesizer,” it turns out, refers to the synthesis embedded in Moog’s instruments: a network of electronic components working together to create a whole greater than the sum of the parts.

With his passion for high-tech toolmaking in the service of creativity, Bob Moog is something of a patron saint of the nerdy arts and a hero to many of us here. So for the next 24 hours on our homepage, you’ll find an interactive, playable logo inspired by the instruments with which Moog brought musical performance into the electronic age. You can use your mouse or computer keyboard to control the mini-synthesizer’s keys and knobs to make nearly limitless sounds. Keeping with the theme of 1960s music technology, we’ve patched the keyboard into a 4-track tape recorder so you can record, play back and share songs via short links or Google+.

Much like the musical machines Bob Moog created, this doodle was synthesized from a number of smaller components to form a unique instrument. When experienced with Google Chrome, sound is generated natively using the Web Audio API—a doodle first (for other browsers the Flash plugin is used). This doodle also takes advantage of JavaScript, Closure libraries, CSS3 and tools like Google Web Fonts, the Google+ API, the Google URL Shortener and App Engine.

Special thanks to engineers Reinaldo Aguiar and Rui Lopes and doodle team lead Ryan Germick for their work, as well as the Bob Moog Foundation and Moog Music for their blessing. Now give those knobs a spin and compose a tune that would make Dr. Moog smile!